Democrat House Majority Leader Indicted

Law enforce­ment agents have exe­cut­ed search war­rants at the home and busi­ness of state Rep. Sheryl Williams Stapleton.

Accord­ing to a filed war­rant, she is under inves­ti­ga­tion for rack­e­teer­ing, mon­ey laun­der­ing and receiv­ing ille­gal kickbacks.

In April, new­ly-appoint­ed Albu­querque Pub­lic Schools Super­in­ten­dent Scott Elder sub­mit­ted a let­ter to the New Mex­i­co Attor­ney Gen­er­al Hec­tor Balderas ref­er­enc­ing “Sus­pect­ed Vio­la­tions of Gov­ern­men­tal Con­duct Act and Pro­cure­ment Code.”

Accord­ing to the war­rant, every invoice issued by Robot­ics to APS was for an even dol­lar amount, no cents, and in unchang­ing amounts over the years. Most were report­ed­ly for $40,000. In all, APS paid Robot­ics more than $5.3 million.

Rep. Williams Sta­ple­ton is also direct­ly involved with four com­pa­nies that received pay­ments from Robot­ics: The Char­lie Mor­risey Cen­ter for Cre­ative Assi­tance Inc., the Uji­ma Foun­da­tion, S. Williams and Asso­ciates, and local restau­rant A Taste of The Caribbean.

Evi­dence sug­gests that she was even­tu­al recip­i­ent of 60% of the APS mon­ey — $954,386. Inves­ti­ga­tors are look­ing into addi­tion­al pay­ments that were redi­rect­ed into her per­son­al bank accounts.


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